I ran into a nice issue, and I suppose more people could run into the same issue. Lets first start with laying out the issue: We are moving to a new web solution where only one domain (pepperbyte.com) is supported unless you move all of the domains. The new web solution provider does not […]
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About Daniel Nikolic
Is interested in everything connected to technology. Has a passion for cloud, virtualization and software development. Always finds appropriate IT solutions for customers that match their needs strategically, technically and financially.
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Entries by Daniel Nikolic
A couple years back, one of our colleagues made a post about ‘Good old DSA.msc on Server 2012‘. With more and more implementations of Windows Server 2016, we noticed that we still want our “good old DSA”. For this reason, we have made a quick update on this post but now how to enable DSA.msc […]
Besides my daily job as CTO of PepperByte, I’m also working as CTO for our sister companies LoadGen and BlueParq (a really cool PowerShell tool where you can create PowerShell scripts visually). With LoadGen we are developing several software products which can measure the real user experience on Citrix, Microsoft Remote Desktop, VMware Horizon and […]
I have a Dell Precision laptop with a Killer Wifi network module installed in it. But since I have received the laptop I have issues after starting up the laptop out of Hibernation or Sleeping state. I suspect it has something to do with the combination driver of the Wifi device, Windows 10 and even […]
Who’s using console applications these days? Well I’m, console applications are very convenient for testing or performing repetitive actions quickly. One downside of the Console within the .Net Framework is the lack of remembering the (previous) user input. Just like cmd or PowerShell I want to use the arrow keys for scrolling through your previous inputted […]
We stumbled upon an issue at a customer last month. When setting up a federative trust between ADFS and SimpleSAML we received multiple errors:
After installing (via https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell) PowerShell Alpha 9 to the latest version RC you receive the message powershell: command not found.
When removing a directory (tenant) from Azure AD it’s necessary to clean the directory before it’s even possible to remove it. Removing multiple users from the portal is a time consuming business: only batches of 7 users a time are supported. So removing them via PowerShell is the way to go. As I was performing […]
Since the initial community release of SFGuru Explorer for Citrix ShareFile on 25-10-2014 we (Daniel Nikolic / Rink Spies) have been busy developing the application. Every time when we detect repeating, or labor intensive tasks within our ShareFile support team we try to improve the job by integrating an optimized task in SFGuru Explorer. Currently we […]
While setting up the first ShareFile StorageZone Controller you need to enter a Passphrase. The Passphrase will be used to protect your file encryption key (SCKeys.txt) which is located in the CIFS root folder. Without the Passphrase you won’t be able to add additional StorageZone Controllers, reinstall or recover the current StorageZone or create configuration […]